Tali Gallery has curated an exhibition of bright and beautiful textiles from Erub Ewer Meta Artists working from the Art Centre on Darnley Island in the Torres Straits, who revitalise their Meriam Mir culture through their arts and crafts.

The fabrics on display are available for sale from Tali Gallery on behalf of the art centre and we can take orders for the fabrics by the metre.   A catalogue of designs explaining the themes and showing available colours can be emailed to you by request.

The fabrics have been screen printed with designs inspired by traditional stories and ancestral practices,  and the shells,  fish and other sea creatures which are features of their environment.  They are fine quality cotton and are priced at $100 a metre.  The GhostNet creations on display can also be purchased through Tali Gallery.  Each is numbered in the cabinet on Level 1 of Customs House and there is also a range available in the Gallery.

To view the fabrics at their best in a spacious environment, please visit Level 1 of the Customs House Library at Circular Quay.

This is a NAIDOC Week event supported by the City of Sydney.


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